|Close Enough: Part Two|
It had been two days since
I met London Dusk and Ellia McArma, and neither of us had seen anything of the
two of them since. It worried me...
|Journey of a Knight: Part Nine|
"Me?! I would know more about that dungeon than
all your nightmares would tell you!"
|Mr. Fix-It, I Presume?: Part Five|
There was a loud crash, as if someone had dropped
a glass vase or something, and the door simply marked office, which I could
barely see from my chair, slammed open.
|Princess of Erodaire II: Part Six|
"Do not weep, Lady Andra, the Summer Castle isn't
that awful," Lady Vevina said at fallen form, but I ignored her words.
|Rainy Days: Part Eight|
"Barricade the door," someone ordered, slamming
it behind them and leaning against it, "someone help me."
|The Defenders of Light: Part Fourteen|
"We will do everything! All you have to do is finish
him off," said Dr. Livingston. Barry's eyes turned white and he used his psychic
attack to keep Cobra from moving anywhere.
|The Light Faeries Apprentice: Part Seven|
NSQ smiled weakly. "I don't think he even knows
how to work a spaceship."
|The Rebellion of the Alien Aishas II: Part Three|
A wide hole was cut through
the fence protecting this garage. A trail of muddy footsteps led all the way
into one of the garages and right into a Fire Faerie Transport...
|The Super Authors and the Chamber of Mysteries: Part Six|
"You know, sometimes
I think fortune telling is a waste of time, but we are in a desperate situation,"
|The Techo Mountain Excavation: Part Two|
"So..." the reporter tried to think of another
question. She noted a crate sitting beside the table, completely full of bags
of broken pottery. "You seem to have quite a bit of pottery..."
|The Thunderbolts: Part Two|
"I want to
practice. Right now. The party's tomorrow."
|Zillion Zelda: Part Two|
"Sink me! I thought we came here to get a cure
for yer Zillions," Captain Spoof exclaimed before, being elbowed in the side
by the Zafara sitting next to him.
"In the Failing Light" by barbcat00 - Nobody who came here noticed the lights. Nobody except the Lupe, and that is why he never went into the front... more>>
In the Failing Light
The deafening pandemonium in the front room
reached a crescendo and the Lupe was forced to put his paws over his ears in
a vain attempt to block it all out...
It's Supposed To Be Fun
I myself can relate to those saving up for something special.
Granted I have been very fortunate, I play games and try to rack up Neopoints
just like the rest of you.